PATH Report Outlines Recommendations For U.S. Global Health Engagement Ahead Of GHSA Conference

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“…In a new report called Healthier World, Safer America, launched [Tuesday], PATH calls for the United States to redouble its commitment to global health. The timing is no coincidence: [Wednesday], delegates from 50 countries will gather in Kampala, Uganda, for a ministerial meeting of the Global Health Security Agenda — a five-year international partnership that aims to improve the health security of developing nations. PATH wants America’s support for the GHSA to continue, and to be backed up by strong leadership and a firm plan…” (Yong, 10/24).

CIDRAP News: Report details U.S., global steps to prevent next pandemic
“…The 36-page report, posted on the group’s website, is titled ‘Healthier World, Safer America: A U.S. Government Roadmap for International Action to Prevent the Next Pandemic.’ The analysis discusses progress that’s been made, outlines the risk if efforts languish, and makes a set of recommendations for moving forward…” (Schnirring, 10/24).

New Vision: Uganda hosts Global health conference
“Uganda will be the first African country to host the Global Health Security Agenda Conference (GHSA) ministerial meeting, come October 25, according to a press release from Dr. Ruth Aceng, the health minister. This year, the conference which will be held under the theme Health Security for all: Engaging Communities, Non-Governmental Organizations and the Private Sector, will take place at Commonwealth Speke Resort, Munyonyo in Kampala…” (Wandawa, 10/24).

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